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Distinguished professor of Utrecht University (the Netherlands)

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Leading scientist's research interests: Applications of magnetic resonance in chemistry, biology and medicine.

Quote by the head of the laboratory: NMR spectroscopy is a powerful research tool not only for organic chemistry, but also for studies of biological macromolecules. It is hard to overestimate importance of magnetic resonance tomography for medicine as well. This is why advancements aimed at increasing sensitivity of NMR are in such high demand.

Scientific recognition

Awards and achievements:

2008 – Fellow of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance (ISMAR).

2006 – Bijvoet Medal of Utrecht University (the Netherlands).

2006 – Royal decoration: Knight of the Order of the Dutch Lion (the Netherlands)

1997 – Honorary member National Magnetic Resonance Society of India.

1991 – Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (Germany).

1989 – Member of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences – KNAW (the Netherlands.

1985 – Prof. Dr. A.F. Holleman award of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences.

1971 – Golden Medal of the Royal Dutch Chemical Society – KNCV (Netherlands)

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